COLLEGE STATION, TX — The Dallas Cowboys announced they will send four Texas healthcare workers to Tampa Bay to attend Super Bowl LV on February 7th.
The four healthcare workers were invited as a way for the Dallas Cowboys to show their support to frontline workers during the pandemic.
The healthcare workers designated to attend are Dr. Clifton Molak from San Antonio, Nhi Phan from Round Rock, Anthony Neal II from College Station and Amy Talley from Marble Falls.
All of the healthcare workers who were selected to attend have completed their COVID-19 vaccines prior to traveling to Tampa Bay.
“These men and women have selflessly placed the care and comfort of their COVID-19 patients at the forefront of their lives and their professions. They represent a handful of the thousands of healthcare workers across our country who exemplify commitment, determination, trust and hope. Their contributions will never be forgotten,” said Charlotte Jones, Dallas Cowboys Chief Brand Officer.
“We appreciate this recognition of the commitment and dedication our team members have to battling this devastating pandemic,” said Alex Arroliga, MD, chief medical officer, Baylor Scott & White. “Our Baylor Scott & White caregivers and other healthcare workers across the country have earned their place as the ‘most valuable players’ in our communities.”
In addition, the four healthcare workers will receive a VIP weekend consisting of hotel accommodations, air travel, a $500 gift card and a Cowboys VIP swag bag.